PhD-Students 

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Adrian asendorf

C03

Striatal dopamine and volitional motor control: vigour, planning, and incentive salience

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Magdalena Banwinkler

C03

Striatal dopamine and volitional motor control: vigour, planning, and incentive salience

Thesis:

The Role of the Limbic System in Motivated Behavior: A Multimodal Neuroimaging Approach 

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nikolas chalas

A07

Role of synaptic lipid modulated cortical excitability in motor control

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Christian Gerloff

B02

Neural network maturation underlying top-down motor control and movement initiation in childhood and adolescence

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Niklas hammer

B01 | MD candidate

Developmental mechanisms affecting motor skills and motor control

Thesis:

Projection-specific hierarchical organisation of somato-dendritic dopamine 2 receptor inhibition among midbrain dopamine neurons

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Theresa heinen

B02

Neural network maturation underlying top-down motor control and movement initiation in childhood and adolescence

Thesis:

Typical brain maturation associated with motor development in children/adolescents and its deviations in subjects with tic disorders – as revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging

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Aref Kalantari

C01

Identification and selective stimulation of motor recovery-related functional networks after experimental stroke

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Jacquelin Kasemir

B01

Developmental mechanisms affecting motor skills and motor control

Thesis:

Developmental stage-specific analysis of molecular disease mechanisms in genetic epileptic encephalopathies

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Vera Komeyer

B05

Single-case predictions of motor abilities in health and disease

Tesis:

Developmental stage-specific analysis of molecular dis

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Vincent Küppers

X02

The interplay between sleep, depressivity and motor performance

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Sylvia Latarnik

C04

Apraxia in Alzheimer’s disease: Plastic reorganization of praxis networks in response to chronically progressive dysfunction

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Grusha Primal Mathias

B01

Developmental mechanisms affecting motor skills and motor control

Thesis:

Developmental mechanisms affecting motor skills and motor control 

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Lea mais

C05

Reorganisation of the motor system following stroke

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Susanne Meinert

A07

Role of synaptic lipid modulated cortical excitability in motor control

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Maike Mustin

C05

Reorganisation of the motor system following stroke

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Kimia Nazarzadeh

B05

Single-case predictions of motor abilities in health and disease

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Anna Pierzchlinska

A05

Neural mechanisms underlying motor flexibility in fruit fly walking

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Nora Rautenberg

X01

Rehabilitation of motor deficits and restoration of functional networks after mild Traumatic
Brain Injury (mTBI) by transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)

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Annika Sauter

X04

The modulation of cortical networks for predictive motor control by the subthalamic nucleus:
from functional imaging to deep brain stimulation and recording

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Marina Sazhumyan

B03

Modelling neural network dynamics underlying movements in health and disease

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Daniela Schenkel

B01 | MD candidate

Developmental mechanisms affecting motor skills and motor control

Thesis:

Characterization of an alpha-synuclein aggregate mouse model of PD

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Julia Schmidgen

B02

Neural network maturation underlying top-down motor control and movement initiation in childhood and adolescence

Thesis:

Typical brain maturation associated with motor development in children/adolescence and its deviations in subjects with tic disorders – as revealed by movement-related potentials

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Tamas Schmidt

A01

Understanding plastin 3 and its interactors in motor neuron function and plasticity in health and disease

Thesis:

Vesicular trafficking and axonal local translation in SMA – impact of the PLS3 protective modifier

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Carolin Semmler

X03

Predicting the effects of deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus (STN-DBS) on gait,
falls and Freezing of Gait (FOG) in patients with Parkinson’s disease

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Massimo Thiel

A05

Neural mechanisms underlying motor flexibility in fruit fly walking

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Laura Wehmeyer

C07

Neural networks underlying motor tic formation and suppression

Thesis:

Electrophysiological characterization of neural networks in Tourette syndrome

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Lisa Wolff

A01

Understanding plastin 3 and its interactors in motor neuron function and plasticity in health and disease

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Eleonora Zilio

A01

Understanding plastin 3 and its interactors in motor neuron function and plasticity in health and disease

Thesis:

Vesicular trafficking and axonal local translation in SMA – impact of the PLS3 protective modifier

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Ana Catarina GalvÃo

Jun. Res. Group

Sensorimotor Adaptation

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Sandrina Campos MaÇÃs

Jun. Res. Group

Sensorimotor Adaptation